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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Four Suited Jack, Aug 12, 2011.
...been listening to some OC hardcore
Not that bad, actually. I never used to like AO for some reason. 7/10.
Listen to it before you give it a rating, bastards
Although I can't get into Juggalo music, if that's what that is, I gotta say this one is much more tolerable than most. Despite watching it all the way through, and them even adding zombies into the mix, the music and the video combined were still not enough to get me down to clown.
Twiztid is no longer on ICP's label. They are doing their own thing now, so technically it's not "Juggalo music". Their new label is called Majik Ninja Entertainment.
The next song to be rated is still this:
I'm gonna rate the song you posted previously, cause I just don't wanna be a downer and only give 1's and 2's. So, THAT song I'd give a 6/10 maybe. A little melody goes a long way.
Sorry, but I'm gonna be that guy right. I got the itch to watch an okay song that was mostly beloved for its outlandish music video, leading many kids and crowds to mimic the dance moves in public or in their bedrooms and share with their friends. This is such a video. I actually DO like the song, but it's far from any of my favorites. Plus, it can kinda get very headache-inducing if I listen to it for too long.
Gotta love how the kids lost it near the end. XD
And, if you ever feel daring, look up the original music video. You think Gangnam Style was strange and bizarre? Oh, you ain't seen NOTHING yet.....
Cannot rate it.
Wkuk 10/10 all day erryday.
Santana is awesome. 8/10
Oh man, really not my cup of tea 5/10.
I found this song to be really catchy. Don't know what you guys think:
Seems like a bunch of drunken men singing.
The bass player seems to REALLY love what he is doing when his solo begins. Wish i could reach that space some time.
IIRC... This was filmed in New Orleans the week of/or the week before the Katrina Hurricane. The city has never been the same since. This is how it was, and it was an amazing time & place to live.
I don't listen to jazz a lot but I quite like it whenever I hear it. This one felt a bit uh, underproduced? It felt too rough in its production value and I dunno. Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. Good tune, but it suffers from feeling like it was recorded with a poor microphone.
Anyway, time for some garbage!
It's a very good bet that it was recorded live in a bar, and a bunch simply got together and filmed a video for it.
Yeah, I figured that'd be the case, especially with the cheering at one part. I don't much care for live recordings. When put over a video that is higher quality than the audio itself it feels like it doesn't sync well with one another. Bothers me. :/
Remember the format, fellas:
Rating of video above your post.
Your own song (link or video embed or w/e)
Just as much as the first half is good manners to include, the latter half is kinda important to the entire point of the thread. =P
Also, PLEASE try to use spoiler tags for your video embedding, guys!!! This is important for page load times!!!
I was actually first introduced to that (yes, it's a hentai) by hearing the main theme, and I thought to myself, "Damn, this is REALLY good!!! What's this come from?" Whether you're into the sort of stuff that series covers or not, the music (at least that track) is really great! =D
It's making me think of a intro-sequene for a Hotline Miami climax.
A little sidenote for this one, I like to imagine that the child narrating this one is hallucinating because she's licked a poisonous frog and that while she's lying there, narrating about how wonderful life can be as her hallucinations play in her mind she's dying in front of her parents. It's really fucking grim but it makes the song really damn good when you imagine that scenario playing out while she's narrating. Like, it's horrible that she's dying but she speaks in such pure innocence of a wonderful world that she could only see by poisoning herself.
Nice little intro. Two note vamps always appeal to me. The vocals... hmm. It's really trying to be all cutesy and the lyrics aren't helping. I don't know if there is a subtext there but I'm not hearing it. Great instrumentals but I think I know why that is - it's exactly the sort of structure and style that Swans use in tracks like Mother Of The World. Take the vocals away and it sounds like a Michael Gira side project post-addiction to Fruit Loops, Shoegaze, and My Little Pony. It actually comes off as a little bit creepy, and having heard that album before I don't think that was their intention at all. 5/10. Maybe six if I could get past the lyrics.
Something short and sweet this time.
I like it! 8/10 I suppose? Reminds me heavily of the Quake II soundtrack...
I wonder if I also previously posted this, but if not:
Good music, love the vocals during the chorus, and humorous lyrics are the icing on the cake. Grammar sticklers might be heavily annoyed by the "message" of the video... until the last 10 seconds when it clears up what it really means. XD
Some older TLO stuff did make me laugh, but this one is plain boring.
*The views went way up since I last looked. At 26,995,338 hits, I'm sure everyone here has seen this one.